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It’s summer time. Maybe you’re out traveling around, hitting up the beach, hanging out with friends and family, visiting the national parks and capturing tons of memories on camera. Or maybe you’re rafting Class IV rivers, shreddin’ the mountain bike trails, trekking through Machu Picchu, or working on your Kelly Slater skillz and getting barreled at Pipeline (hey, we can all dream right). Or maybe you just stuck a GoPro to your head as you went out to the bar so the next day (for better or worse) you’d be able to recall all those cheesy pick-up lines you were using. Whatever it is that you’re doing this summer, don’t just let those photos and videos collect dust on your computer – do something with it!
Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 web design software provides an intuitive visual interface for making and editing websites and mobile apps. Use fluid grid layout designed for cross-platform compatibility to create pages. Review designs with Multiscreen Preview before publishing. Enhance your website development with these top new features of Adobe Dreamweaver CS6.
Adobe Illustrator CS6 software is powered by the new Adobe Mercury Performance System so you can work with speed and stability on large, complex files. A modern and updated interface streamlines daily tasks. Advanced creative tools enable you to capture your vision better than ever. These Adobe Illustrator CS6 top new features are sure to get you craving for more.
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Everyone is itching for any information they can get on the upcoming Adobe Creative Suite 6 release which is slated for sometime in the first half of this year. The internet is filled to the brim (does the internet have a brim?) with rumors about the new features in Creative Suite 6 and supposedly “leaked” documents that show various aesthetic and functional enhancements such as the new, more Lightroom-esque Photoshop interface.
Well we have scoured the collective hive-mind (otherwise known as Google) searching for any shreds of information that we could bring to you about CS6, and here is what we found…
Chroma keying (using a green screen to superimpose an actor onto a background) is one of the most often used and -at one time- difficult digital effects to execute well. Achieving a professional-quality key used to require countless hours of tedious, detail-intensive work. Now, Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 has an awesome tool called the Ultra Keyer which makes chroma keying easier and faster than ever.
One of the most difficult applications to use in the Adobe Creative Suite is After Effects. Motion graphics has always been one of the more difficult skills to learn. Here are a few free downloadables to help smooth out the steep learning curve for motion graphics!
For this video tutorial, I show you how I created an animated GIF in PhotoShop CS4. The GIF animation is of the twitter bird, who flaps around around a bit and then shows a little banner that asks you to follow him.
In the video below, I walk you through the whole process, from importing the images, to saving it as web content. I show you how to create a timeline, edit slides, and watch your animation before exporting.